I’m sorry for any pain I caused, but also the time I described a Black neighborhood as The Planet Of The Apes was taken out of context.
The following new duos formed in the last week with no intention of making music other than to demand it be removed from Spotify: Crosby & Stills, Crosby & Nash, Crosby & Young, Stills & Nash, Stills & Young and Nash & Young. Additionally, The Byrds, Buffalo Springfield and The Hollies all announced reunion tours just so they could produce new live albums that would never be allowed on Spotify.
“By refusing to listen to Joe Rogan talk to Alex Jones about how Sandy Hook was a hoax, you’re basically helping the government turn into a dictatorship,” noted Constitutional Law scholar Jonathan Turley.
“There’s just no way around it,” said local school principal Anne Guilfoyle, “pretty much every decade of the last 200 years, something happened that makes white kids really uncomfortable to talk about. So we replaced the history classes with square dancing and lawn bowling, which is a bit more suitable for them.”
“I plan to change my name,” Kyle Rittenhouse noted on a broadcast seen by millions. “I’m not sure what yet but you all will be the first to know!”